The next Fretworks at 7pm this Saturday on Classical 101 will feature a 20th century guitar concerto, early 18th century music for the Baroque guitar, some Scarlatti, more music from Agustin Barrios, and a bit of Copland for guitar quartet.
This week on Fretworks Saturday evening at 7, we have the famous anonymous short piece, Romance, arranged for guitar and orchestra. There will be contemporary works for viola and guitar and for guitar quartet and also, a big early 19th century Italian guitar concerto, along with music for solo guitar from Paraguay.
Join us Saturday evening at 7 p.m. for music of the classical guitar on Fretworks on Classical 101, with music ranging from Antonio Vivaldi and Nicolo Paganini, to Astor Piazzolla, Alexander Tansman and Stanley Myers.
This Saturday evening on Fretworks, we have music for a variety of instruments: solo guitar, lute accompanied by violin and cello, flute and guitar, and an English guitar concerto.
Saturday at 7pm on Fretworks, we have music ranging from the 16th century to the 1950′s, and a few other stops along the way.
The Concierto de Aranjuez by Spanish Composer Joaquin Rodrigo is probably the best-known and best-loved guitar concerto in the repertoire, and we’ve heard several recordings with different soloists since Fretworks began airing this past January. On this Saturday’s program, we’ll double the fun of Rodrigo’s wonderful musical sensibilities with his Concierto madrigal, essentially a concerto [...]
Mexican composer Manuel Ponce wrote a fine guitar concerto for Andreas Segovia in 1941, using his own original theme and native Mexican rhythms and harmonies. The Concierto del Su by Manuel Ponce will be featured on Fretworks Saturday evening between 7 and 8 p.m.
It’s being reported that Classical guitarist John Williams, who is 72, plans to retire soon. Apparently, he has not made an official announcement yet, but I am a little surprised to hear the news since he is still playing at such a high level.
Our next Fretworks broadcast Saturday evening at 7 on Classical 101 will include solo, trio, and concerto performances. This week’s program for music of the classical guitar will feature works from Spain, Italy, and Brazil.
For music of the classical guitar and something for the lute as well, tune in for Fretworks Saturday evening at 7 on Classical 101. We’ll also have something for guitar and orchestra and guitar with string quartet, and there will be a piece with flute, too.